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„Komunismus znamená v pravém a úplném smyslu bludné učení, že nikdo nemá míti žádné jmění, nýbrž aby všechno bylo společné, a každý dostával jenom část zaslouženou a potřebnou k jeho výživě. – Bez všelijakých důkazů a výkladů vidí tedy hned na první pohled každý, že takové učení jest nanejvýš bláznovské, a že se mohlo jen vyrojiti z hlav několika pomatených lidí, kteří by vždy z člověka chtěli učiniti něco buď lepšího neb horšího, ale vždy něco jiného než je člověk.“

Karel Havlíček Borovský ve svém časopise „SLOVAN“ 26.7.1850


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Havel Sinagl II

Picture left - Meeting with President Havel in National Museum. Picture right – Opening of exhibition “Chechnya The Final Solution…” (presenting war crimes of Russian Army in Chechnya) in Vaclav Havel Library onHavel Sinagl 1 171108 Nov. 17th 2008. President Havel praises me for organizing this exhibition for viewing in several cities of the Czech Republic. The exhibition was on loan from its author Adam Borowski, Poland. This exhibition was also shown in central building of the European Parliament, but there was shortly after opening canceled and expelled because of shockingly brutal photographs. Today marks the day when Václav Havel passed away eight years ago. 

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Václav Havel: „One inherited disadvantage of democracy is that to those who are devoted to it places limit of action, but those that disrespect it are able to do almost anything.”      

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The 26th November 2019 marks the 9th anniversary of the founding of our group aimed for the support of freedom and democracy in our country.  At the same day last year (2018), quite symbolically, when I was absent due to attendance at trial proceeding, the judicial executor broke door locks to my house and busted inside. Without any independent control, he searched and inspected the premise, from the basement to the attic. In lieu of the fine 800.000 crowns for the “crime” of freedom of speech I was under (6x100.000 fines + 200.000 so called “expense” of the executor), confiscated all my computers, several personal articles and few family heirlooms valued cca 10.000 crowns. More pricey articles he passed over. For more than 20 months my house was under suspension, and my land and bank accounts, too. At the present, I am under direct threat that my house will be fully confiscated I will become homeless.

By Rosalind Marsden*

Sudan has a unique opportunity to embrace democratic transition but there is no room for complacency. Comprehensive reforms and a united democratic front will be key to achieving peace, freedom and justice, as will continued international pressure.

*Rosalind Marsden is an Associate Fellow with the Africa Programme at Chatham House. This article was originally published by Chatham House - https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/can-sudan-achieve-peace-and-democratic-transition

JAB 1 sal 301019A unique talk show with John Nash, the grandson of J. A. Baťa and custodian of his archive, about the past but also the futureJAB 3 Nash a fotky 301019

Did you know that:

  • By 1936, Baťa was recognised as the number one brand in the world for shoes and seventh for all other products it produced
  • Tomáš Baťa was going to run for president to succeed T. G. Masaryk (were it not for his tragic death)
  • Jan Baťa's organisation was preparing for the active defence of Czechoslovakia before the 1938 Munich betrayal
  • Jan Baťa's administration helped more than 1,000 Jewish employees emigrate from Czechoslovakia before the Holocaust, resettling them all over the world
  • Jan Baťa moved a mountain to create the town of Batov (now Otrokovice), which today has a population of more than 19,000
  • Jan Baťa financed and completed the Baťa canal connecting the Czech Republic with Slovakia more than 50 km in length with 13 or more locks
  • Baťa built agricultural cities in the jungle
  • Baťa relocated more than 150,000 European war refugees to Brazil after the Second World War

Dear Mr. Sinagl

Best greetings, I feel sorry for not have been able to write to inform you about the situation in Sudan as requested. It took a long time to convince the Military Side that the people of Sudan revolted against the MILITARY GOVERNMENT for a CIVIL GOVERNMENT. Yesterday 02/08/2019, we reached an agreement for a CIVIL GOVERNMENT was signed between Both Sides, and which has been accepted regionally and internationally. Leaders of the revolution will form the Transitional Government to run the country for three years, and prepare for General Elections.